“The Justinian Plague” Tax Policy and the End of the Roman Empire. Who benefits?
“The meaning of work, before and after the plague.” The Plague of Justinian changed the economy and the meaning of “labor” and “leisure.”
“Cities, Health, and Growth” Health costs of agriculture and civilization.
“Change Born in the Plague of Cyprian.” Paganism and Christianity underwent big changes during and following the “Plague of Cyprian,” beginning in 249 CE.
“Disease and Outsiders” From 14th Century Europe to the US today, hate crimes accompany the spread of disease, whether leprosy, plague, or Covid-19.
“Disease, Plots and Animosities.” Using disease and fear to foment violence…for at least 700 years.
Infection’s Legacies Remain — Parks and prominent architectural styles come to us from pandemic response.
Open Windows in Winter: Bug or Feature?
Amateur in Econ-Land: Is the Intersection with Race Near Here?”
The disease persists
Episode #11: Health, medicine, and politics in disease outbreaks
More on Yellow Fever in 18th Century Philadelphia